India said that Pakistan's continued support for terror groups operating in Jammu and Kashmir was "the main challenge to protecting the human rights of our citizens in the State".
Referring to China Pakistan Economic Corridor, the two leaders said that "we as a suppressed nation were never consulted but it never means that Pakistan will ignore the aspirations of people of state".
Once again Pakistan's delegation chose to "misuse" the council to make "fallacious references" about internal matters pertaining to Jammu and Kashmir, the diplomat said.
Since the Karachi Agreement of 1949, Pakistan has treated this region - once part of the Dogra Kingdom and later leased to the British, who wanted it as a strategic safety valve - as part of the "disputed" Kashmir region.
Paksitan's minister for inter-provincial coordination Riaz Hussain Pirzada told Geo TV that the decision was on recommendation of a committee headed by Advisor of Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz.
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Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the king's son, is spearheading the effort, announced a year ago and dubbed Vision 2030. The Council of Saudi Chambers is dispatching two business delegations during the king's visit to Japan and China, he said.
Pakistan last week blamed India for exonerating people involved in terrorist attack such as of Samjhauta Express.
"BNF and other political and religious workers in Pakistan occupied Gilgit Baltistan are facing death sentence in fake cases without right of appeal in any High Court and Supreme Court", he said.
Coming down heavily on the country, she said minorities in India have been Prime Ministers, Presidents, Vice-Presidents, senior Cabinet Ministers, senior civil servants, cricket team captains, Bollywood superstars and questioned if minorities in Pakistan had claim to even a shadow of these accomplishments. "In contrast, Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is administered by a "deep state" and has become a hub for the global export of terror", the official said. Pakistan watchers in India, too, believe, it could very well be the reason. Making Gilgit-Baltistan a province would entail a drastic change in its policy on the region, which is expected to give rise to opposition for the move from within the pro-Kashmir elements, as well as opposition from pro-independence locals.
A terror attack on Indian military had claimed over 18 lives past year in Uri Town of Baramulla District of Indian-held Kashmir.